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Kapa‘a Class of 2021 has 33 valedictorians

  • Sabrina Bodon / The Garden Island

    One of 33 valedictorians, Lilia Unutoa receives her diploma Friday at Kapa‘a High School.​

  • Sabrina Bodon / The Garden Island

    Kapa‘a High School Principal Tommy Cox congratulates the 258 students who graduated Friday from the school despite hardships made by the COVID-19 pandemic, in on-campus ceremonies.

  • Sabrina Bodon / The Garden Island

    Of 33 valedictorians, Jotis Russell-Christian came atop​ the graduating class of Kapa‘a High School, seen Friday during commencement activities on campus.

  • Sabrina Bodon / The Garden Island Student

    Body President and valedictorian Taylor Chang presents her speech, reminding her fellow students to have discipline and desire, and to do hard things. Listening is County Councilmember and Kapa‘a alum Bernard Carvalho.

  • Sabrina Bodon / The Garden Island

    Kapa‘a High graduating senior Mika Miller sings the national anthem Friday during commencement ceremonies on campus.

  • Sabrina Bodon / The Garden Island

    Friday, Jordan Schwemmer getsdecorated prior to her Kapa‘a High School Class of 2021 graduation, on campus.

  • Sabrina Bodon / The Garden Island

    Nohi Ka‘auwai, right, graduated from Kapa‘a High School in 2021 in three years instead of four, alongside her sister Kamalei, who will graduate this week from Kamehameha School at Kapalama, O‘ahu, Friday at the Kapa‘a campus.

  • Sabrina Bodon / The Garden Island

    A convoy of students, led by Principal Tommy Cox, walks through the breezeway of Kapa‘a High School on their way to graduation on Friday.

KAPA‘A — Walking through the breezeway of her school, Taylor Chang followed a golf cart manned by Kapa‘a High School Principal Tommy Cox.

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